THE WORLD CUP'S so-called "hottest fan" is ready to cheer on her beloved Croatia as she donned a red and white checkerboard mini-dress.
Croatian superfan Ivana Knoll warned Canada to "beware" her beloved side as the two teams clash this afternoon at the Khalifa International Stadium.
She took to Instagram ahead of the game showing off her new dress - and also showed off a red and white checked bikini.
"Beware Canada!" she wrote, adding in her second post "let's go!' as she posted a snap from the back of a car on her way to the game.
Ivana is visiting Doha despite previously slamming the World Cup as a "disaster" - and dubbed the sporting event a "circus".
And she seems determined to test the limits of modesty laws in Qatar.
The 30-year-old racy wore a form fitting outfit to her side's game against Morocco and shared snaps of herself in a revealing swimsuit while posing up by the curved skyscraper in Lusail.
Ivana has already received abuse online from trolls calling for her to better respect the cultural code of Qatar.
But the model appears to be unphased ahead of Luka Modric's men's key clash with Canada.
World Cup fans had been urged to keep outfits conservative despite the soaring temperatures.
Glam footie fans risk being slapped with huge fines or even put behind bars if they flash their figures in Qatar.
Although non-Qatari women don't need to wear the abaya - the long, black robe - their tops must cover their midriff and shoulders, and skirts, dresses and trousers must cover the knees.
Women travelling in to the Arab nation are also banned from wearing any tight clothing, or flashing any cleavage.
WAGs were advised to wear a scarf around their necks in a bid to cover up their busts.
"Visitors (men as well as women) are expected to show respect for local culture by avoiding excessively revealing clothing in public," the Qatar tourism authority warned before the World Cup.
"It is generally recommended for men and women to ensure their shoulders and knees are covered."
Ivana however appears to be determined however to test the rules - maybe even breaking point.
And she hasn't scared to criticise Qatar's World Cup, branding it a "disaster" after her itinerary was left in chaos.
The stunning brunette told her 570k Instagram followers the winter tournament has "the worst organization in history."
She complained that some of her pals still hadn't received their 'Hayya' cards - the personalised document required by all visitors attending World Cup matches in Qatar.
The clothing brand owner has wowed the world with her appearance at the World Cup in both 2014 and 2018.
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